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Proper new ballad, breefely declaring the death and execution of 14 most wicked traitors

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Proper new ballad, breefely declaring the death and execution of 14 most wicked traitors
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Description"Shrouded in glory, and with praise full blown,". A satire by an opponent of John Home's 'Douglas: a tragedy'. Verse: Rejoyce in hart good people all, In three columns and printed in black letter. T.D. (Thomas Deloney) at foot of text.
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English ballads
DescriptionCollection of 2,300 broadside ballads, mostly printed in England in the 19th century. Topics range from courtship, crime, disasters and emigration to fashion, theatre, politics, laments sports and old age. Includes ballads on Scotland and Ireland. Part of the Crawford Collections on deposit from the Balcarres Heritage Trust.
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